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  • Yes the FBI should have the right to unlock iphones.

    The FBI should have the right to demand Apple to unlock Iphones. There are certain situations where getting into someones phone is a matter of national security. When the FBI is in possetion of a criminals iphone they have the right to go through it to find the information they need in order to help solve the case. For example, the San Bernardino shooters both we killed in a shoot out with police, one of the shooters iphones was found, but it was locked. The FBI needs to get into it to see if there were any other people involved and who they were working with. Some people may argue that once the government has a way to get into one persons iphone, then they will start gettign in everyones phone and it is a violation of privacy. It is undestandable why they would think that, but the government would only use the technology to get into the phones of criminals or mass murderers like the San Bernardino shooters. According to the Washington Post Mr. Tariche, who is president of the agents’ association, added, “As more of these devices come to market, this touches all aspects of the cases that we’re working on,”(Washington). The more technology advances the more of these situations we come to and we will see this problem more often.

  • Yes, I believe the FBI does have the right to demand Apple to unlock iPhones for them.

    Yes, I believe the FBI does have the right to demand Apple to unlock iPhones for them because in this case, it is a matter of national security and the information found in the phone could save American lives. Although I believe that forcing Apple to unlock the phone might set a bad precedent, I believe that this case is special because the owners were terrorists.

  • Yes, the FBI has the right to demand Apple to unlock iPhones.

    In certain extreme cases, such as the shooting in San Bernardino, I support the FBI's right to compel Apple to access information on a locked iPhone. When a criminal is arrested, he or she often loses the right to a reasonable expectation of privacy. There is no reason that an iPhone should be exempt from this standard. If the concern is truly for other customers who could be affected by the creation of the software needed to execute this, then measures should be taken to insulate them. Any other reason is inadequate.

  • The FBI does have the right to demand unlocking the phone

    This is a simple national security issue. There are ways to make each phone require a unique means to unlock it, thus making all phones locked to the government if there is no justifiable reasoning for unlocking the phone. If the phone in question belonged to a terrorist, as in San Bernadino, then yes, they completely have all rights to the information on that phone, so that hopefully they can find more of them before they attack, and more innocent people are murdered.

  • Where does it end?

    The government thinks that there is no limit to where they can look. The government has no authority to demand that a private company create a software program especially for them. That's what they want Apple to do. A private citizen or company should never have to do something for the government. If we have to do what the government orders us to we're not free any more.

  • The basic right of freedom

    To my mind being able to have at least a small room of privacy is the whole concept of your right of freedom. Sure you can argue that a phone is just a technological device but just think about how you use your phone and what you do with it. I don't suppose everybody is hacking a system, making illegal payments or whatever. But just talking to your best friend about your crush or writing with your boyfriend how much you love him still just concerns you and shouldn't be read by anybody else but you and your dialogue partner. Furthermore having your phone controlled means a huge instrument of control for the FBI they will exactly know where you are, what you are doing, whom your talking to etc. Even the point about "they can supervise us I don't care because I'm not doing anything criminal" can't support the demand of the FBI, because your right to freedom isn't something that can be switched on or off it should and must be installed every given time.

  • Ha ha ha No.

    While I do understand that maybe the fbi wants to check phones, there are other ways to do it. However, the FBI is specifically asking for a hack tool that unlocks the phone. If someone were to hack into the FBI computers, they could distribute the software freely, which would result in legal troubles. The FBI can just ask a hacker to do it instead.

  • Phones have to be private

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  • Phones have to be private

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  • Where will it end. They will always be power hungry whores

    The government thinks that there is no limit to where they can look. The government has no authority to demand that a private company create a software program especially for them. That's what they want Apple to do. A private citizen or company should never have to do something for the government. If we have to do what the government orders us to we're not free any more.

  • Where will it end. They will always be power hungry whores

    The government thinks that there is no limit to where they can look. The government has no authority to demand that a private company create a software program especially for them. That's what they want Apple to do. A private citizen or company should never have to do something for the government. If we have to do what the government orders us to we're not free any more.

  • Where will it end?

    The government thinks that there is no limit to where they can look. The government has no authority to demand that a private company create a software program especially for them. That's what they want Apple to do. A private citizen or company should never have to do something for the government. If we have to do what the government orders us to we're not free any more.


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